The CELIA Alliance is delighted to announce the addition of a new member firm, RsA Asia, in China with effect from 1st June 2016.
Following the recent addition of Anssen Consulting as a new member firm based in Hong Kong, the membership of RsA Asia means that the CELIA Alliance can now offer a wide range of services catering for the complex employment needs of global employers in three continents (Europe, Asia and North America).
RsA Asia is a leading tax and corporate advisory firm that assists companies, multinational groups and institutions in East Asia and specialises in the emerging markets of the region. RsA Asia’s clients, which include multinational groups and institutions, receive professional and quality support on services ranging from the management of tax-related aspects of international assignments and mergers and acquisitions, to financial consulting and accounting services.
The firm has offices in Suzhou and Beijing.
For further information on RsA Asia, please visit the firm’s profile here.
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